View final selects in a slideshow Photoshop CS6


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Viewing final selects in a slideshow

When you're finished editing your shoot, you might want to present your photos as a slideshow. We can choose to present all of the photos, or we could use something like the Filters or Collection panel to narrow down the selection. I'll go ahead and choose to only show my one-star and my two-star images. Then under the View menu, I'll choose Slideshow or use the keyboard shortcut Command+L or Ctrl+L. That will automatically start the slideshow.

If I wanted to pause the slideshow, I could tap the spacebar. This is really convenient if you are actually telling stories about the images and you want to slow them down and then move them along as you finish your story. While you're in this paused state if you use the right arrow, it will move you to the next image, and if you use the left arrow, it will move you back to the previous image. If you want to start the slideshow again, all you need to do is tap the spacebar.

If you wanted to see some other shortcuts that you can u...

Viewing final selects in a slideshow
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Viewing final selects in a slideshow provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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